Valley Food Systems

Reviews of Civilian MREs (Sure-Pak, aPack, etc.) as well as other civilian ready-to-eat food
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Valley Food Systems

Postby rabidwolf » Mon Feb 15, 2016 9:33 pm

I decided to break my long drought of reviews. By reviewing a Valley Food Systems shelf stable meal. I would imagine most forum members have encountered the items within. In one form or another. I would be glad to answer any questions about any unknown contents. Enjoy!
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Re: Valley Food Systems

Postby elandil » Tue Feb 16, 2016 12:10 pm

so from what I understand, this is what's been showing up in a lot of commissarys in place of what we would have called a "box lunch" and is supposed to be a step up from a TOTM, correct?
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Re: Valley Food Systems

Postby rabidwolf » Tue Feb 16, 2016 1:08 pm

I suppose it could be a step up from a TOTM. From what I have read. It is used for disaster relief, forestry, military, and other uses or agencies. Basically, anyone that has a need for a meal kit. Doesn't require special handling or storage. Usually they sell by the pallet. This was an Ebay find.

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Re: Valley Food Systems

Postby noderaser » Sun Feb 28, 2016 4:11 am

Often referred to as a "Jimmy Dean'; they must have been a contractor at some point. Only time I've ever gotten one was on a Mil-Air flight. Box and/or sack lunches are usually prepared fresh from a kitchen, containing your standard sandwich and fruit, etc.
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